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Goa Casino COVID Curbs Lifted As India State Reopens Tourism

Deeming The COVID-19 Pandemic Situation Under Control, The Goa Government Has Unlocked The State To Restart Tourism Activities Just In Time For The Peak Tourist Season. 

Goa Casinos Now Open To Tourists — But at 50% Capacity

State officials rolled out fresh guidelines, allowing key tourism activities to resume in Goa—including land-based casino establishments and river casinos—effective September 20. According to Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, casinos in Goa can now accept tourists and locals inside the establishments as long as they are “either fully vaccinated or those with a RTPCR report.”

Goa casinos are also allowed to operate up to 50 percent of their capacity, and they must implement COVID safety protocols including use of masks, sanitisers, and thermal screening, among others. Guests and staff must be asymptomatic or fully vaccinated against coronavirus, making sure that 15 days have elapsed from the administration of the second dose of the vaccine….

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